Over 20 reputable higher education institutions from Australia have confirmed their participation at this year’s Australian Higher Education Fair (AHEF) organized by Australian Education Consultants (AEC). This will be the 17th edition of the expo and will be held across four counties in Kenya.
Representatives from 23 Australian institutions including Victoria University, Edith Cowan University and TAFE Western Australia, will first converge at the Nyali Beach Hotel, Mombasa, on Wednesday 1st March from 9.00 a.m. to meet potential students.
The Fair will move to Nairobi, at the Southern Sun Mayfair Hotel on Saturday 4th March from 10.00 am, Merica Hotel, Nakuru, on Monday 6th March from 9.00 a.m. and at the Boma Inn Hotel, Eldoret, on Tuesday 7th March from 9.00 a.m.
Mahul Shah, a Director of AEC, said, “In the past 20 years, more than 10,000 Kenyans have been guided to travel to study in Australia to achieve their dreams through Australian Education Consultants. Enrolling in quality education has allowed these students into employment and achieving great things for them and their families.”
“AEC prides itself in providing honest, quality advice to all our students and parents. Our staff are the backbone to ensuring that students are guided accurately to enroll in the right course, at the right institution, in the right city, in Australia.”
“Representing 33 universities and 31 colleges, AEC is the largest, and oldest student recruitment agency for Australia in Africa. Every year we assist at least 500 students from Kenya to further their studies in Australia and we are very proud of our alumni in Kenya who are doing some wonderful things.”